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Faulkner speaks to about women’s rights movement in Central New York

August 12, 2020

Carol Faulkner

Carol Faulkner

"It wasn’t the first time that women had argued for the right to vote. It wasn’t the first time that there was a convention of women that talked about a women’s right to participate in public affairs. Abolitionists had been talking about it for decades, but one of the things that happened in Seneca Falls is that [Elizabeth Cady] Stanton really made the vote central to women’s rights,"  says Carol Faulkner, professor of history. She was interviewed for the article "Crusade for the Vote: How Central NY launched the women’s suffrage movement." 08/12/20

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